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Catalogs are Ready

The catalog for my exhibit, Adria Arch: Iconic at The Art Complex Museum in Duxbury, MA, has been printed! The catalog was designed by Jesse Stecklow, a very talented young man currently in the Design and Media Arts program at UCLA. I like to think that I nabbed Jesse before he gets really famous and out of my price range. Jesse also happens to be the son of my good friend and wonderful artist Anne Krinsky, I am very pleased with how it turned out. I gave Jesse free reign with the design as I really trust his eye. The catalogs will be available at the exhibit, or download it or view it here.

Dinah Ryan wrote a wonderful essay about my work. I am very grateful to her for putting into words so well what I paint.

Please join me at the reception for the exhibition on Sunday, June 2, 1:30 - 3:30 pm. I will be giving an artist talk on Thursday, June 27 at 11:00 am.


Anonymous said…
Congrats! Adria, you are really making your "mark" on the world! Best wishes for the show.
Patti Mollica said…
congrats to you adria! I want a catalogue!!!

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